British Transport Police are working to identify the individuals responsible for a child whose stroller was blown onto the train tracks.

Security footage from July 23 shows a man and woman placing a stroller at the bottom of a staircase at Goodge Street station in London, leaving the child and stroller unattended while leaving to help others with luggage, the Associated Press reports.

A stroller was blown onto the tracks at a British subway station just seconds before a train arrived.(Obtained by ABC News) A stroller was blown onto the tracks at a British subway station just seconds before a train arrived.

Suddenly, a strong gust of winds pushes the stroller forward, where it ultimately rolls off of the train platform and topples onto the tracks.

A stroller was blown onto the tracks at a British subway station just seconds before a train arrived.(Obtained by ABC News) A stroller was blown onto the tracks at a British subway station just seconds before a train arrived.

A startled woman can be seen running towards the tracks when she realizes what's going on, quickly jumping onto the tracks to grab the stroller, bringing the child back to safety.

A stroller was blown onto the tracks at a British subway station just seconds before a train arrived.(Obtained by ABC News) A stroller was blown onto the tracks at a British subway station just seconds before a train arrived.

Police are now in pursuit of the couple to check on the well-being of the child after the scare.

A stroller was blown onto the tracks at a British subway station just seconds before a train arrived(Obtained by ABC News) A stroller was blown onto the tracks at a British subway station just seconds before a train arrived